With one of the longest careers in show business, Betty White's career began in modeling when she graduated from high school in Los Angeles.
After taking a break from modeling and volunteering for the war effort in WWII, Betty White began working in radio in the 1930s.
In 1963 Ms. White married Quiz Show host Allen Ludden. The couple met when she appeared as a Guest Contestant in his television program, Password. They remained married until his death in 1981.
Betty White soon made the transition to television hosting game shows and making appearances on television shows. White was popular in the 1980s with hit television show "The Golden Girls." In recent years Betty White has had a career resurgence, acting in commercials and making guest appearances on popular television shows.
In a Reuters Poll announced Aug 18, 2011, Betty White was selected as "the most trusted Personality", topping such wholesome celebrities as Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, and Morgan Freeman. At the age of 89+, she's proving that you can live your dream at any age.
Betty White is honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6747 Hollywood Blvd.
This collection includes all known surviving radios shows with Betty White including episodes from Empire Builders, This is Your FBI, and more.